Reader Letters: Boy racers, TFL's tardy phone service and do we need rev counters?

Reader Letters: Boy racers and tardy phone service


Your letters this week include proof that some children are still interested in cars and a question over whether rev counters are relevant...
Reader Letters: Diesel pollution, car theft and Honda praise

Reader Letters: Diesel pollution and Honda praise


Letters to Sunday Times Driving this week include a question over whether buyers should have financial incentives to move away from diesel...
Reader Letters: Roadster heaven, weaving motorbikes, used car mileage, parking tickets and Flummox FM

Reader Letters: Roadster heaven and Flummox FM


The car that beats the Mazda MX-5 and Fiat 124 Spider, the dangers of filtering, how used cars are like dating apps, a parking problem...
Reader Letters: Insurance groups and motorway gantry gaffes

Reader Letters: Insurance groups and gantry gaffes


Your correspondence this week includes insight into how smart motorway matrix signs work and more on car insurance premiums can alter...
Reader Letters: Red-light rage and used car dealers

Reader Letters: Red-light rage and used car dealer


Barry Borman asks what can be done about cyclists who thump the cars of drivers who tell them they have jumped a red light...
Reader Letters: Electric car reviews, paint and age-based insurance hikes, and dieselgate groups

Reader Letters: EVs, insurance hikes & dieselgate


It was great to read a review of the Tesla Model S. Giles Smith mentioned the growing national charging network, but in future, in order to...
Reader Letters: Criminal cyclists, dazzling brakes, smart motorway signs and more

Reader Letters: Criminal cyclists, dazzling brakes


What can be done about cyclists who, when informed by a driver that they’ve gone through a red light, wait until you catch them up and then thump
Model X delays and ham radios

Reader Letters: Pedestrian safety and ham radios


When a deer ran out in front of my Jaguar XE I applied an emergency stop. There was a loud bang, a cracking noise and the bonnet shot up...
Reader Letters: Mobile distractions, lucky colours and ageist insurers

Reader Letters: Mobile hazards and ageist insurers


Roger Grosvenor asked why it was permissible to drive a tourist coach while holding a mike but not to use a mobile in a car...
Reader Letters: Clarkson computer woes,

Reader Letters: Clarkson computer woes


If Jeremy Clarkson “drove” a different laptop every week yet kept the same car for six years, he might find that his intuitive feeling for cars..
Reader Letters: Respray insurer woes, going hands-free, and done and Dustered

Reader Letters: Rip-off insurers, straying hands


A few months ago I bought a second-hand BMW. It ticked all my boxes except for the colour — black — so I had it resprayed a pretty green...
Reader Letters: Claims culture, motorway contraflows and

Reader Letters: "Polite" bikers and claims culture


Surely motorcycle safety vests with the word “Polite” on the back and the chequered pattern beneath should be banned as being imitative of...